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Medication Hit or Miss

pillsIt's important to take your medicines exactly as directed. If you don't take them correctly, they can't help you. Changing the dose or stopping on your own can lead to serious health risks. Do you follow your prescription to the letter, or are you hit and miss when it comes to taking your medicines?

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